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Restoration by Bob Varney.An American In Paris

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George Gershwin. An American In Paris. Artur Rodzinski conducting the Philharmonic Symphony of New York. (The New York Philharmonic) Recorded in 1944. Columbia Masterworks MX-240. Restored from the original Columbia 78 set.

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Artist/Composer: Restoration by Bob Varney.
Keywords: Gershwin; Rodzinski; Paris

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Subject: great restoration
There is an earlier recording that actually features Gershwin in the orchestra.It's the very first from 1929 on Victor under the baton of Nat Shilkret recorded shortly after it's premiere over the NBC radio network by Walter Damrosch. The recording session was short a glockensphiel player, so Gershwin pitched in. Worth finding.

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